The Empire of Lies

An evil character © PP

          The late President Ronald Reagan called the USSR the “evil empire”. Today we should be talking about the “Empire of Lies”. In his endless diatribe justifying his decision to recognize the independence of two entities of the Ukrainian Donbass, Vladimir Putin questioned the very creation of Ukraine by Lenin. The Russian President is in fact in the filiation of the latter that Alexander Solzhenitsyn had called an “evil character”.  

Putin’s skillfully orchestrated media coverage under the Kremlin was a Soviet-style demonstration in its coldness, its distancing from the people, and even the “forced confessions” which, in this case, were pathetic statements of accumulated lies emanating from members of a Security Council resembling the worst compositions of Politburos in the past and supporting a misguided cause.

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